Hitman: Contracts delivers more action-packed and suspense-filled missions, with a greater variety of ways to make the perfect kill and an increased arsenal of firearms and close-combat weapons. A new graphics engine showcases your "work" in brutal detail and brings the new locations to life. An improved control system and more gradual learning curve will ensure that the game is accessible to all aspiring hitmen.
Hitman: Contracts takes you into the mind of Agent 47, the most ruthlessly efficient contract killer in history. The game begins in Paris as Agent 47 finds himself wounded and trapped in what is a dangerous situation, even for him. Hitman: Contracts explores the dark psychology of killing for a living and promises to be the most disturbing episode in the series.
Hitman 2: Silent Assassin is the sequel to the PC's popular Hitman: Codename 47. Once again, enter the mind of the Hitman, a for-hire assassin who is trying to distance himself from his violent past and discover his true identity. Eventually, you find yourself tricked into returning to your trade by a twisted Russian crime boss bent on assisting rogue countries for his own personal and financial gain. You soon realize that you're caught in the middle of a ring of deception and discover that you have become a target yourself--of a highly trained ex-Spetsnaz assassin. Utilize stealth, tact and survival instincts to complete your missions. Plan your hits carefully and think to survive.
Hitman: Blood Money
Agent 47 is back and this time he's paid in cold, hard cash. How the money is spent will affect his passage through the game and the weapons at his disposal, resulting in a unique gameplay experience for each player. Powered by a new version of IO-Interactive's stunning Glacier engine, Hitman: Blood Money will deliver the most brutal and realistic simulation of the life of a merciless assassin.
In Hitman: Blood Money, Agent 47 finds himself in the midst of a war between two rival contract agencies. When assassins from his contract agency, the ICA, are systematically eliminated in a series of hits, it seems a larger, more powerful agency has entered the fray. Suddenly, Agent 47 loses contact with the ICA. Sensing that he may be the next target, he travels to America where he attempts to carry on with business as usual.
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The Hitman: HD Trilogy features the old, good games with a really good picture quality. It's only the controls that are a bit difficult, but you will learn them after a while.
I love Hitman: HD Trilogy. Recommended!
Hitman is one of the best game trilogies that I had the pleasure of playing. I would strongly recommend this if you like stealth FPS games. This is a very nice way to experience older game in the newer setting with HD graphics.
I really liked the Hitman Series back in PlayStation 2 times, and I still love them. The Hitman: HD Trilogy is something that cannot be missed. Don't think twice, buy it at once!
Hitman: HD Trilogy is a great pleasure to play with Agent 47 again after so many years. With three full adventures and many way to achieve contracts, there's a lot of time to play. The game play is still fun and the freedom to kill as you want, who you want and how many you want is wonderful.
Hitman: HD Trilogy is a beautiful game.
I bought Hitman: HD Trilogy after completing Hitman Absolution (which is one of my favourite games) and I was not disappointed. I had Hitman 2 when it came out and loved it but I had never played contracts or blood money, the sound quality is so immersive, more so than most modern games and the sneaking around combined with the sound makes me hang on the edge of my seat. Also the addition of trophies gives me the extra reason to keep playing and try to collect them. I would say the downsides are the graphics and weird controls but after a while you don't really notice it. Overall I give this game 5 stars and recommend anyone who has never played these classic Hitman games to get it, especially at this price.
Hitman: HD Trilogy is a great game with plenty of interesting levels.
I had already played all Hitman episodes for PC, I could not miss this opportunity to relive the beginning. Hitman: HD Trilogy is must-have for all fans of the series.
I bought Hitman: HD Trilogy as I was in love with Silent Assassin from my youth, as well as Blood Money. It's safe to say this was an excellent purchase, even more so at the bargain price. The visuals aren't perfect despite being a HD 'upgrade' however they're hardly a major pain (except for in contracts, where the writing is miniscule). This is well worth the money, and I'd recommend it to anyone who is a fan of the Hitman series!
As a PS3 veteran, I can honestly say that I have never played such utter garbage in my entire life. I managed to drag myself halfway through the Hitman: HD Trilogy and wished that I had sat and watched paint dry whilst eating glass, sat on a bed of nails, as I would have had more fun. The controls are a joke, the reaction of the character to said movement is abysmal at best and the sheer frustration in the actual game itself resulted in the disk being ejected and snapped in half.
This Hitman: HD Trilogy is a bargain for 3 games but due to the age of the games, they're not as up to date as current gen games. I found Hitman 2 a pain to play as the AI was buggy and overall too slow a game for my liking. Hitman Contracts was much better and fixed the issues from Hitman 2. It was a joy to play and the same can be said for Hitman Blood Money. Overall I'm very pleased with the purchase and as mentioned earlier it's a complete bargain. Hitman fans it's a must buy.
I had been thinking of doing a little review of Hitman:Contracts (for the PC) for awhile now, and spm1138's comment in another thread provided me with the impetus I needed to actually do it. Graphics: Although this iteration of the Hitman universe it prettier than the last, it isn't so by much. By and large, Hitman 2 and Hitman:Contracts look strikingly (and disappointingly) similar. New in Hitman:Contracts is a post filter effect which generally makes things look blurry. Now, this an be a good thing, e.g. objects in the distance are blurred quite a bit, which I thought was quite nice looking. But the effect can also be a bad thing; I have read many complaints by people who think the filter just makes everything blurry and out of focus. I don't really see what these people are talking about, but since enough people are saying it, I'll go ahead and assume that I am an exception. And, before the first patch, setting this filter to high caused many a problem for me and I imagine most other Radeon owners. Sound: Nothing really to write home about. All the guards seem to speak the language corresponding to the location, which is a nice touch, but one I can't really verify as I only speak english and a wee bit of spanish. The sound is at least as good as the sound in Hitman 2. Gameplay: Like the graphics, nothing here has really changed. For me, this is okay, because I absolutely loved the gameplay of the first two games. Even at that though, I was hoping that maybe something would have changed, just to breathe some new life into this series. As it is, this game feels more like an expansion pack than a new game. But if you liked the first two games, this shouldn't be a problem for you. One thing that should be noted here is that a few of the levels in this game are rehashes of levels from the first game. You see, the plot of this game has you going through 47's memories as he drifts in and out of a state of delirium, so it makes some sense to have some levels from the first game in this game. And while it is a nice trip down memory lane to play these levels with the updated graphics engine (and otherwise changed up a bit), I can certainly understand that some poeple are going to be powerful pissed off by this development decision. Feel: For me, this was always the most important feature of the Hitman series. No other series of games has made me feel like such a badass just walking around any given level. One of the major contributors to this feeling was the games' AI; because each entity seemed to be separate, you can kill things in one room and characters in another room probably won't know a thing about it. Thus, wreaking havoc in one part of the level and then calmly walking to an exit really helps to make you feel like a badass. Thankfully, since H:C is so much like its predecessors, that feeling is still there. Save for few minor AI glitches every now and then (one time I triggered an event that killed a target while I was in a room all by myself, and for some reason that blew my cover. ), I still regularly feel like badass while playing this game. Also worth mentioning is the fact that this game is a lot darker than the first two. For instance, in one level you need to kill a guy that has been captured by some other bad guys. When you find this guy, he is strapped to a...thing... that can shock him, I guess as a method of torture. On the table next to him are a knife and a meat hook. So you have your choice of meathooking or knifing him to death, or turning on the shock thingy and walking out of the room (he'll die about 15 seconds later). Also, sometimes enemies fall to the ground merely wounded rather than dead, at which point you can let them writhe, or you can calmy cap them in the head and be on your way. All this combined with some nice cinema scenes between the levels made the game feel darker than usual to me. Overall: I really, really, really like the Hitman series, and so I really, really, really wanted to be able to give this game a 10/10. But since it has changed so little from the previous game and because of a few glitches, I really can't give it more than an 8.9/10.
The Hitman games are unique in the way they should be approached. They are essentially third-person stealth games, but each level plays more like a puzzle than a normal action game. If you're familiar with the series, then this HD trilogy represents excellent value as each game has been faithfully remade with HD graphics. However, the learning curve can be steep and not everyone will enjoy the gameplay. If you like the idea of replaying a level to learn the behaviours of the characters, to stalk your target and wait patiently for the right moment to strike then there is a lot of fun to be had here!
The Hitman: HD Trilogy is a nice flashback to the old school. It's well worth a purchase for a taste in proper gaming.